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Guest Blog By Dr. Adrian Flynn(a) and Dr. Travis Dutka(b) (a) Marine Ecologist and Director at Fathom Pacific (b) Senior Lecturer at La Trobe University Department of Ecology, Environment, and Evolution. The waters of Western Port in southeastern Australia are a recreational fishing haven and hidden beneath its turbid waters, a unique fragile seafloor community … Continue reading "Social mapping of Australian bays and conservation of Fish Aggregating Bryozoans"
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Fascinating study recently published in the esteemed scientific journal Ecology and Evolution demonstrating how Lowrance HDS and BioBase were used to create the first bathymetric and vegetation map of Lake Ossa in Cameroon, Africa. These maps along with other environmental data collected by researchers were used to create a habitat suitability model for the charismatic … Continue reading "Lowrance and BioBase informing Manatee Conservation in Lake Ossa, Cameroon Africa"
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What kind of sonar hardware should I buy for BioBase Mapping is the most common question we are asked. Admittedly, continual change in technology, products, and features can be intimidating and sometimes confusing. With this blog, we focus on what you need to know to get started with BioBase What Sonar is compatible with BioBase? … Continue reading "What sonar do I need for BioBase mapping?"
The rollout of the new BioBase EcoSound vegetation and bottom hardness algorithm required substantial refactoring of our core processing code. Read about the changes here. While we were under the hood, we took the opportunity to implement some enhancements that our frequent BioBase users should appreciate. NOTE: Users still select the unit (Imperial or Metric) … Continue reading "EcoSound New Feature: Advanced Processing Preferences"
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Sonar technology continues to improve bringing anglers and aquatic managers better, more clear pictures of the underwater environment on which they are so intently focused. Launched in 2011, BioBase’s EcoSound technology was the first cloud aquatic mapping system designed to process sonar logs from off-the-shelf Lowrance® sonar and create maps of bathymetry, aquatic vegetation biovolume, … Continue reading "BioBase EcoSound Vegetation and Bottom Hardness Algorithms Improved"
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